About Nippon 2007
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What's Up With Programming?
Lots of things - many of which we're learning as we go along!
Program items will come in several flavors:
We hope to be able to include a program item called, "How to Take a Japanese Bath", which may include a tour of a nearby bathhouse.
We'll also have the usual mix of panels, individual presentations, and artist presentations. We'll hear about the state of Mars exploration, what's new from some publishers, and the history of translating literature written in English into Japanese. We'll have KaffeeKlatches, and Autographings (and we're still working on Literary Beers). We'll have solo performances by some of the musicians among us, and the Strange Fannish Division will undoubtedly be scheduling some Filk. We know that the Japanese will be running Karaoke several evenings running.
Stay tuned for more details!
Who's Going to be on Programming?
We've got a list of many of our program participants posted now, and we'll be updating that information shortly with biographies, pictures, and links to their websites.
We'll also be highlighting different authors, editors, and other participants here between now and the convention.
There will many of the authors and fans you'd expect to see at most worldcons.
We'll also have program participants who are new to Worldcons or who are less-well-known than others:
Interested in Participating?
If we missed your name or didn't know that you were planning on attending Nippon 2007, and you're still interested in being on programming, please let us know by filling out our Program Participant Volunteer Form. The sooner we hear from you, the better our chances of being able to put you on some programming.
If you've been on panels before and you think you're ready for leadership, take a look at our Panel Moderator guidelines
We've got lots of great ideas for programming - probably more ideas than we're going to be able to use. But if there's something you'd really like to have people talking about, or a resource you think we may be unaware of, please let us know as soon as possible at email@example.com.
If you've got other questions or information for us, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be glad to hear from you.